Lipolaser for fat reduction : effects, side effects, and contraindications

One of the newest techniques for losing weight is lipolaser. It works well, is painless, and is non-invasive. The figure is slimmer, cellulite is diminished, and the skin is firmed as a result.

Lipolaser for fat reduction

Lipolaser is an effective method for reducing body fat, and many individuals have positive things to say about it. But it’s important to remember that people have different ideas about how well lipolaser works. As with any treatment, the results for each person may be different.

It’s a good idea to talk to an experienced cosmetologist about the decision and make sure there aren’t any reasons not to do the procedure.

What are the effects of lipolaser?

Lipolaster effectively breaks down adipose tissue that has built up in one place. This leads to weight loss, slimming, and less cellulite. After just one treatment, you can see a difference. The final results depend on a lot of things, like how thick the fat tissue is.

If you want the treatments to work better, you should eat foods that are easy to digest and work out. After the treatments, it’s important to keep up good habits. Then we’ll know for sure that the effect will last.

Expected effects of lipolaser treatments:

  • reduction of body circumferences,
  • silhouette modelling,
  • improvement of skin firmness,
  • smoothing the surface of the skin,
  • cellulite reduction,
  • silhouette modelling,
  • improvement of metabolism.

How does a lipolaser work?

Lipolaser is a non-invasive, painless procedure that is done with a special tool called a “cold laser” that sends out 650-nm light. The light beam goes through the top layer of skin and goes straight to the fat tissue.

Triglycerides break down when the laser causes a chemical reaction that breaks them down into free fatty acids and glycerol. They get into the lymphatic system and leave the body through waste. The laser only affects fat cells. It doesn’t hurt any other tissues or blood vessels.

What does the lipolaser treatment look like?

On the chosen part of the body, special heads that send out laser beams are put in place. The treatment takes between 10 and 40 minutes, and during that time, the person getting it can relax. The procedure doesn’t hurt, but you might feel a little warm. Lipolaser is done on places where fat tends to build up, like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, sides, arms, calves, and chin.

Side effects of lipolaser treatment

Lipolaser treatments usually do not bring undesirable side effects. After the procedure, there is no trace left on the skin, and the patient can immediately return to everyday activities .

Do not put anything warm on the skin for a short time after the procedure. And don’t go out in the sun for 2 weeks after the treatments are done. People with sensitive skin might feel a little red or warm during and right after the treatment, but this goes away quickly.

Contraindications to lipolaser treatment

The most important contraindications to lipolaser treatment are:

  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • epilepsy _
  • use of photosensitizing drugs or herbs 2 weeks before the procedure,
  • silicone or metal implants near the treatment site,
  • cardiovascular diseases (e.g. thrombosis ),
  • autoimmune diseases (in some cases it is possible with the consent of the doctor),
  • skin diseases and infections,
  • recent wounds and surgeries (with doctor approval).



3rd Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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